An old wooden wardrobe was placed in an imaginary room in the meadow stretching around the Bishop’s Palace. It contained handmade “clothes” and “footwear” woven from linen and grass. Its
casket arrangement inverts the concept of what is internal and external. Inside, the wardrobe turns out to be a white cube – white, sterile space inside out. The object plays with meanings and functions, explores the limits of a number of dichotomies: old-new, natural-artificial, open-closed. Taken out of its usual place, the wardrobe seems to belong to the world of organic forms, at the
same time revealing its cubic character, sterile exhibition interior which is reminiscent of a microgallery.

Marta Ryczkowska, text from the catalogue